I own a couple of pair of threader earrings. I must admit that it’s not until I see a video like the one that I’m about to share with you from @midsummer_star that I actually get hype about wearing them, though. Don’t get me wrong, no one has to convince me that they are sexy as a mutha. It’s just that sometimes I forget how damn versatile they can be.
If you don’t have a pair in your own jewelry collection, you’re about to see how one set can have you doing a billion different things (give or take a million). And that means you’re saving money. And who doesn’t want that?
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Yeah, usually I wear mine the “classic” way (#1), but she has me so hype now that I’m gonna spend at least a few minutes this evening playing around with her suggestions and making up some of my own. Good stuff.
Anyway, if you read enough of these posts, you already know that I’m almost always gonna throw my two cents in, so here they go:
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You can find threader earrings just about anywhere but try and avoid going the “cheap route” with them. Sterling silver, surgical steel or fine metals are gonna be best because they won’t irritate your ear piercings (unless you’re allergic to a fine metal). That’s a good thing because you don’t want swollen or pus-filled earlobes as the result of running a threader through multiple holes.
Also, since threaders don’t have earring backs or posts, they’re super comfortable; you can even sleep in them if you want to. Just make sure to take them out to clean your ear holes about once a week.
Other than that, you can’t go wrong with these types of earrings. I can’t wait to put mine on with the literal 12 ear holes (total) that I have. Should be fun…threading them.